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When unpacking the structure of success, you’ll frequently find that excellence is reached by working together rather than working in silos. The pandemic has been one of the most challenging periods for businesses, but it also demonstrated the power of teamwork as leaders and team players rallied together in the face of unpredictability.

Today, we’re still in uncharted waters. New variants and the threat of future lockdowns is in the mind of every business owner. And so there’s never been a better time to broaden our outlook in order to enhance operations in this new world of work.

Arm yourself with unique perspectives and practical insights at the SafetyCulture Summit 2021: Made Extraordinary. This event brings together an incredible lineup of speakers as they draw from diverse lived experiences.

Made Extraordinary is headlined by NBA superstar Magic Johnson, world champion athlete Diana Nyad, Lieutenant General Nadja West, and #3 CEO in the world Bob Chapman. Broadcast live from Las Vegas, we’ll explore the structure behind success, innovation and the power of everyday teams.

SafetyCulture Summit 2021: Made Extraordinary
October 27-28, 2021

Introducing the Made Extraordinary speaker lineup:

Earvin “Magic” Johnson | The Magic of Winning
Often regarded as the best point guard of all time, LA Lakers’ Earvin “Magic” Johnson’s achievements include three NBA MVP Awards, nine NBA Finals appearances, 12 All-Star games, and 10 All-NBA First and Second Team nominations. After his retirement, the HIV survivor pivoted his success from the NBA court to highly affluent business ventures.

Diana Nyad | Never Give Up
Long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad gained national attention in 1975 when she swam around Manhattan. In 2013, Diana motivated millions when she, on the fifth attempt, achieved her lifelong dream of becoming the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida. On the beach, after over 50 hours of non-stop swimming, Diana declared to the cheering crowd: “We should never ever give up”.

Nadja West | Leading Through Uncertainty
A trailblazer in leadership, Lieutenant General (ret) Nadja West is the 44th Army Surgeon General and the former Commanding General of US Army Medical Command. She is the first African American woman 3-star General in the Army’s history and holds over 20 years of experience in executive leadership, crisis management, and disaster response.

Bob Chapman | Truly Human Leadership
Bob Chapman is Chairman and CEO of Barry-Wehmiller, a $2.5B global manufacturing business with 11,000 team members. Over the past two decades, he has pivoted from traditional management practices towards Truly Human Leadership – a people-centric approach focused on employees feeling valued, cared for and an integral part of the company’s purpose.

These headline speakers will be joined by Deep Water Horizon survivor Caleb Holloway and QHSE leader Gary Bonnett to share their crises and safety experiences.

Don’t miss Made Extraordinary. Reserve your FREE seat today.


About SafetyCulture Summit 2021: Made Extraordinary
Made Extraordinary brings together leaders, trailblazers and experts for two days of inspiration, industry insights, keynote sessions, and professional development. Learn how everyday teams and organizations can achieve extraordinary outcomes through great teamwork. Join Made Extraordinary physically at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, stream live from anywhere in the world, and catch up on demand in the weeks following the event.

About SafetyCulture
SafetyCulture is the operational heartbeat of working teams around the world. Its mobile-first operations platform leverages the power of human observation to identify issues and opportunities for businesses to improve everyday. More than 28,000 organizations use its flagship products, iAuditor and EdApp, to perform checks, train staff, report issues, automate tasks and communicate fluidly. SafetyCulture powers over 600 million checks per year, approximately 50,000 lessons per day and millions of corrective actions, giving leaders visibility and workers a voice, in driving safety, quality and efficiency improvements.

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